Friday, 11 May 2018

Pillow Fight

Pillow Advisor

  Throwing Pillows and Fight each other

Pillow fight is a common game played by most young people (but also by teenagers and adults) where they engage in mock physical conflict, using pillows as weapons. A pillow fight can take place almost anywhere but is traditionally played at beds. Sometime, peoples arranging pillow fight festival at the public place. The best methods to start a pillow fight is spontaneously. Make sure there are enough pillows for everyone and then grab a pillow and start whacking your enemy near you. Because the pillow is soft, thats make rare  injury. The weight of the pillow can still make young people lose balance when being hit, especially on soft surfaces such as sleepovers, which are common places to use. In earlier eras, pillow fight often stopped after the feathers were scattered throughout the room. Modern cushions tend to be stronger and more often filled with solid material from artificial materials than feathers or down, this can be resulting in more frequent damage.

Pillow Fight in Japan

In Japan, Makura-Nage is a game from Japan where kids throw pillows at each other. While war pillows primarily take the form of hitting each other with pillows, the Japanese Makura-Nage is a game where players throw each other pillows at the same time. The word "Makura" means "pillow", "nage" means "throw". Pillow fights are a normal part of school trips in Japan, when several students sleep in the same hotel room and start throwing pillows at each other. Known for its onsen (hot springs), Ito City in Shizuoka is the first place in Japan to turn pillow fights into a competitive sport. This unique event in which competitors can relieve stress by throwing pillows at each other is held in order to promote Ito Onsen. This competition is different from Western pillow fights, which involve hitting each other with pillows, and is unique to Ito City. Based on the idea of a student from the local Ito High School Jogasaki branch school, the All-Japan Pillow Fighting Tournament in Ito Onsen is a legitimate sport with rules, involving teams of six to eight people. The number of competition teams has grown from 18 teams in the first tournament in 2013 to 48 general division teams and 9 children’s division teams in this year’s tournament, the sixth.

Pillow Fight
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Womans Pillow Fight

Women wrestlers, known as Divas in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), engage in pillow fights as a type of match, most often booked as a Lingerie Pillow Fight, in which the women fight in lingerie outfit. None of actual wrestling takes place on those fight. In January 2007, Reuters reported that a Pillow Fight League was operating in bars in Toronto. Pre-selected female fighters with stage personalities are paid small amounts to stage regular, unscripted fights. The rules call for "no lewd behavior, and moves such as leg drops or tickling or submission holds are allowed as long as a pillow is used", Cool!

Pillow Fight Day

The Pillow Fight is announced as an important day. April 6 is a World Pillow Fight Day celebrated in various parts of the world and followed by thousands people. Many massive pillow fights have been organized in an effort to break Guinness World Records, but the current record is a pillow fight among 3,706 by the BBC at a Children in Need event in Minehead, Somerset, England in 2008. But according to The Guinness World Record, the largest pillow fight event was set in July 2015 at a St. Paul Saints baseball game, where 6,261 participated in the pillow fight event that was sponsored by the local pillow manufacturer.

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